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The Best New Year’s Eve Recipes Recipes : Food Network

Looking for some ideas of what to do for New Year’s Eve or New Year’s? Whether you are having a large gathering, just a couple of people or are staying home with loved ones, Food Network has put together some great ideas for both New Year’s Eve appetizers, drinks and snacks and some fantastic recipes for New Year’s Day for Breakfast, brunch and dinner. You can find just the ideas you are looking for to make the year complete. Check it out!

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The Feast of the Seven Fishes – Recipes from NYT Cooking

If you are looking to go traditional with a meal on Christmas Eve, there is nothing more traditional than The Feast of the Seven Fishes. The custom of this meal comes from Southern Italy and is a meal that uses at least seven different kinds of seafood. New Your Times Cooking has put together 29 different seafood recipes, some very traditional and some a bit more adventurous, that you can try for your own feast. Check it out!

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Christmas Dinner Recipes & Ideas : Cooking Channel

If you’re still looking for a great idea for your Christmas dinner, Cooking Channel has put together over 70 dinner recipe ideas, with everything from classic roasts, ham and goose to lasagna, side dishes, appetizers and more. Check it out!

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Christmas Guide | King Arthur Flour

Looking for some baking ideas for Christmas? King Arthur Flour, one of my favorite companies, has got you all set with everything you need and all the recipes, tips and techniques you desire for baking breads, cookies, candy, rolls and you Christmas breakfast. See what you can do for the holidays. Check it out!

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How to Cook Ham – NYT Cooking

When it comes to the holiday dinner on Christmas or for any large gathering, a ham can make a great centerpiece for your meal. You have many different types of hams to choose from and each can require a different method of cooking to make sure it comes out fantastic. New York Times’ Cooking editor Sam Sifton has put together a great guide for you so you can get help choosing the right one to cook for the holidays, getting it prepared and then carving it just right. Check it out!

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Gingerbread House Recipe – NYT Cooking

It’s not too late to make your own gingerbread house for the holidays. This recipe from New York Times Cooking is an easy one to follow and comes with a template you can use to construct the house. This will let you make a small house or, if you double the recipe, an even larger one, though a larger recipe will mean making two batches as only one batch will fir in the bowl of your standing mixer at a time. Then just add the candy decorations and icing you want and you can have a great house. Check it out!

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Posted by on December 18, 2015 in Cakes, Candy, Cooking, Cooking Websites, Dessert, Holidays

 

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Christmas Cookie Plate – Recipes from NYT Cooking

It’s that Christmas cookie time of year again. As you get ready to make cookies for the holidays for your own, for gifts or for a cookie party or swap, New York Times Cooking has put together some great cookie recipes for you to try out this year. Find some new recipes or different ways to make classic cookies to change up your holiday cookie tray. Check it out!

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Posted by on December 5, 2015 in Cookies, Cooking, Cooking Websites, Dessert, Holidays

 

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